The Vibe 30
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7 of the lesser-known best beaches in Greece
What other shoe brands do you know with a newsletter that is so insisting on making you dream about exotic places? We're Greece bound this time in the knowledgeable hands of Conde Nast. It's the Sifnos location for us.
One for the Danes! We had to acknowledge the placing of Ardit Atliti, the 26-year-old Danish rapper, on the April cover of the lifestyle magazine Euroman. The story of Artigeardit, his artist name which translates to "Polite Ardit," is worth paying a read for, as he has quickly established himself as a storyteller with way more to give than what meets the eye and the ears. And lyrically, his latest album, "Længe Leve," will probably and hopefully live on as a testimony of a new generation of thinkers. Læs det, og tak Euroman.
The true size
Most of us are familiar with the world map, the Mercator projection of it in particular. We are also few to know how distorted and exaggerated the map is, i.e., Greenland appears roughly the same size as Africa. In reality, Greenland is 0.8 million sq. miles, and Africa is 11.6 million sq. miles, nearly 14 and a half times larger! Let's discuss that another day! However, there's an accessible interactive map to start digging into the actual projection of things and widen the horizons. You'd be surprised. Shoutout, to Damon and James for the effort.